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Glenn McGrath tested positive for COVID-19

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Glenn McGrath
Legendary Australian cricketer Glenn McGrath has reported that he was infected by Coronavirus. Corona's presence in the fourth Test of the Ashes, the pink ball, has raised fears about this virus presence.

McGrath was scheduled to attend an event in Sydney on Monday, according to the Weekend Australian Magazine. But before that, his corona came positive in the PCR test on Sunday. He is currently in isolation.

The Sydney Test at the beginning of the year is better known as the Pink Test. McGraw is involved with this. Because his wife Jane died of cancer. This test is called the Pink Test in her memory. The third day of the Sydney Test is known as Jane McGraw Day.

It is hoped that McGrath will be able to return to the field on the third day of the Sydney Test with a negative corona report.

One bad news after another is coming from the ongoing Ashes. Match referee David Boon dropped out of the Ashes after being positive for Corona three days ago. Australian star cricketer Travis Head was later infected by Corona.

Corona tested positive before heading to Sydney with the Australian team from Melbourne. Australia has added Mitchell Marsh, Nic Maddinson, and John Inglis to the squad as corona fears.

In a statement, Cricket Australia (CA) said that Travis Head had tested positive for PCR last Friday. However, he does not have any symptoms. For now, he will be in isolation in Melbourne.

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